Tag Archives: Paul M. Cohen

Ghaly/Kou/Cohen, Fire & Freedom: Answers to Questions


Jane Ghaly/Dr. Kou, Syracuse Dr. Nasri Ghaly practices psychiatry at 614 S. Salina St., Syracuse; Dr. Jane Kou is a psychiatrist practicing at 610 S. Salina St.  They do not practice together.  He’s the best; she’s the worst. Paul Cohen psychiatric … Continue reading

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Service vs. Power


It is Easter and I hurt.  The Neurontin must be increased but even so I doubt that it will do any good.  Bipolar II depression is supposed to be treated with a mood stabilizer and a mood elevator, i.e., an antidepressant.  There are … Continue reading

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About the Author: Anne C Woodlen (Part III)


In 1992, I went shopping.  I interviewed a psychiatrist, a psychologist and a social worker for the privilege of becoming my next therapist.  The psychologist, Paul M. Cohen, Ph.D., won and we worked together mostly twice a week for the … Continue reading

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